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Jul 13, 2011 9:00pm PDT
't like all this big commotion about him. he was a humble guy. well, respected within all his family and friends and really cared for them. he was passionate about many things, fishing being one of them, of course. >> he was with a group of friends from northern california when the fishing boat they chartered cap sized in a cudden storm in the sea -- in a sudden storm in the sea of cortez a week ago last saturday. 36 people aboard made it to shore safely but 7 others are still missing. >>> and many family members of the missing men from the ill fated ship attended the service. for them the last ten days have been agony. the not knowing deeply painful as is the decision to call off the search and now the refusal by the department of defense to get involved. i sat down this afternoon with the oldest son of one of those missing men. >> always there to support you and tell you things that were right and wrong. >> michael has many fond memories of his father gene, many involved fishing. something his father dearly loved. >> always lived life to the fullest. always loved fishing. >> did he
Jul 31, 2011 6:30am PDT
. >> the man would wear the bell on his coat. everyone would hear him. it is not a big noise. just to give some respect to this man. new archaeologist uncovered the bell while excavating an english channel. it begins at siloam and ends at robinson's arch. jewish worshippers would have entered the temple mount at the time of jesus. >> the bell has a tiny loop tat top and attached to the robe of a wealthy man. upon its hem you should make bomb granites of blue, purple and scarlet and bells of gold between them all around. head archaeologist eli shukronof says there is no way to know for sure if the bell came from a priestly garment. >> it could have come from anyone. >> he believes the bell fell off the man's garment and into the drainage channel. >> walking in the tunnels of jerusalem and after 2,000 years, we found that bell in the tunnel. >> archaeologists hope to open the channel tunnel to the public later this summer. eli shukronof says it sheds light on the nature of jerusalem in second temple time. cbn news, jerusalem. >> that is all this week for "christian world news" we thank you for jo
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